Your “love” isn’t love
Kris Gage

“You know you’re in love when you make the daily investment in their needs and wants — over your own.”

Nah — that just sounds like martyrdom. Try that shit on someone like me, I’m more likely to think you’re in need of a good shrink than I am to think you love me. I don’t mean to sound harsh; defining love is pretty much impossible, but I like my love with a little more balance, a little more self respect, a little more “us” less “you” or “me”.

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